Move Over Generals: SEC Rocked By Lurid Sex-and-Corruption LawsuitQuicklink submitted by Amanda Lang Permalink
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|Move over, adulterous generals. It might be time to make way for a new sexual rats'nest -- at America's top financial police agency, the SEC. In a salacious 77-page complaint that reads like Penthouse Forum meets The Insider meets the Keystone Kops, one David Weber, the former chief investigator for the SEC Inspector General's office, accuses the SEC of retaliating against Weber for coming forward as a whistleblower. According to this lawsuit, Weber was made a target of intramural intrigues at the agency (which has a history of such retaliation) after he came forward with concerns that his bosses may have been spending more time copulating than they were investigating the SEC. Weber vs. the SEC: The Full Complaint
Weber claims that in recent years, while the SEC Inspector General's office has been attempting to investigate the agency's seemingly-negligent responses in such matters...
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